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Greenwich designers see a bright start to 2018 with 'Gen-Z yellow'
by Christina Hennessy
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30 January 2018
On 30 January 2018 Connecticut Post reported:
There is a new color in town. Coined Gen-Z yellow, it has cast quite a glow across social media and inspired fashion and interior designers to brighten up togs and tableaus for the coming season. This sunny hue, like its older cousin, is more a spectrum of shades from canary to mustard yellow.
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Jason Troisi, a fashion designer who grew up in Greenwich and now lives in Bushwick, N.Y., said one of the strengths of yellow is its versatility. It pairs well with fellow primary colors, can stand on its own or provides a pop to more neutral and classic colors that never go out of style. He has worked with yellow for several seasons, but suspects the recent popularity surge is as much practical as it is emotional. A pop of the color keeps one's closet current, but it also can be a reflection of hope for the future.
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